Boris Johnson says it will be ‘tough’ to meet climate finance targets ahead of COP26

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September 19, 2021: Prime Minister Boris Johnson boards RAF Voyager at Stansted Airport ahead of a visit to the United States.Stefan Rousseau - PA Images | PA Images | Getty ImagesThere is a six out of 10 chance an agreement on climate finance will be reached before the forthcoming COP26 climate change summit, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said.In remarks made to the media during a flight to New York over the weekend, Johnson was asked about securing commitments related to climate finance and, according to the BBC, environmental targets over the next few days."Getting it all done this week is going to be a stretch," he is reported to have said. "But I think getting it all done by COP, six out of 10. It's going to be tough, but people need to understand that this is crucial for the world."Discussions around finance are set to play a key role at COP26, which will be hosted by the U.K. in the Scottish city of Glasgow between Oct. 31 and Nov. 12.According to the U.N., deve
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